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1995, James G. Carrier, ''Gifts and Commodities: Exchange and Western Capitalism Since 1700'', p.122
- If a key part of shopping is the conversion of anonymous commodities into possessions, shopping is a cultural as much as an economic activity.
2001, Rachel Pain, ''Introducing Social Geographies'', p.26
- In human geography "commodities" usually refers to goods and services which are bought and sold. The simplest commodities are those produced by the production system just before they are sold.
2005, William Leiss, Botterill, Jacki, ''Social Communication in Advertising: Consumption in the Mediated Marketplace'', p.307
- Referring to the work of Bourdieu, Zukin (2004,38) notes that shopping is much more than the purchase of commodities
2008, Jan. 14th, Somerset County Gazette
- And Slade said: "It really makes me sad that football club chairmen and boards seem to have lost that most precious commodity - patience. "Sam's sacking at Newcastle had, I suppose, been on the cards for a while, but it is really ridiculous to fire a manager after such a short time.
Anything which has both a use-value and an exchange-value.
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes)
(RQ:Burton Melanchol), NYRB, 2001, vol.1, p.321:
- they commonly respect their own ends, commodity is the steer of all their action(nb..).